Chadwick Boseman’s widow, Taylor Simone Ledward is requesting that an adjudicator make her an administrator with restricted authority of his domain after the entertainer died without a will.
As per court records got by ET, the Black Panther star “died intestate,” which means he didn’t have a legitimate will. Boseman died in August at 43 after a four-year fight with colon cancer.
Subsequently, his better half has now documented a probate case at the Los Angeles County Courts on Thursday, October 15, trying to turn into an administrator of his home, which is assessed to be worth $938,500.
Boseman’s folks Leroy and Carolyn Boseman are likewise referenced in the records.
Boseman and Ledward married quickly before his demise. The pair began dating in 2015 preceding Boseman was determined to have colon malignant growth four years prior.
The late entertainer’s family said that he and Ledward had gotten married in an announcement affirming the star’s “better half” was close by when he disastrously died.
It read: “He died in his home, with his significant other and family close by.
“The family expresses gratitude toward you for your affection and petitions, and asks that you keep on regarding their protection during this troublesome time.”